The Georgetown Center for the Constitution brings an unparalleled focus on constitutional law and theory to Georgetown Law, a campus with a distinguished tradition of cutting-edge scholarship focused on the United States Constitution.
Led by Professor Randy Barnett, the Center places special emphasis on the debate over the proper method of constitutional interpretation, aiming to provide a leading forum for inclusive exploration and discussion of how best to remain faithful to the Constitution's text.
To that end, the Center sponsors a number of events that bring students, leading scholars, and even Supreme Court Justices into the conversation over the theory and practice of interpreting and applying the document that sits under glass less than ten blocks away. For Center highlights, view an online copy of our brochure here.
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